Aftermath of the Brain Transplant II


So, after swapping the hardware underlying the Linux and Windows boxes, the Linux box booted up straight away, spent 15 minutes fscking its disks and went back to work as the web and mail server. This linux box has gone from being a PII 350 Mhz, to a PIII 1Ghz, to a 1.5Ghz Celeron to a dual 1Ghz PIII and now to a Slot1 Dual 1Ghz PIII. All with basically no problems apart from re-compiling the kernel with the appropriate device drivers.

The Windows box needs a reinstall when moving between two motherboards with almost exactly the same specification. Crap.

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